Gift Guide: Father's Day

In a couple of weeks, we'll be celebrating all things Dad on June 21st! We know that Dads are notoriously hard to shop for, so we've rounded up our top picks that will make this Father's Day one to remember.


Dreamland-Brandon McCullar

An Alabama made piece honoring Tuscaloosa's own Dreamland BBQ! Perfect for the dad who always wants a slab of ribs.

Cow Skull Paintings-Anthony Tavis

These whimsical paintings by Anthony Tavis are perfect for a dad looking to brighten up his space!

Shot Glass-Prometheus Glass

For the dad with a sense of humor...the eyes on these shot glasses glow in the dark!

Kentuck Ball Cap

Give your dad the gift of shade and repping Kentuck year-round while he's out and about.

Wood Puzzles-Chestnut & Hemlock

Give your dad a challenge with these Alabama puzzles! Hand cut here in Tuscaloosa, AL.

Ug-chugs-Nelson Studio

A classic. These funny mugs are one of our best year-round gifts. We know there's one that will remind you of your dad!

Heavy Metal-Jim Shores

Made from an old scale, this piece is sure to amuse any dad who believes in a waste not want not mentality!


Images of America: Tuscaloosa or Northport

For the local history loving dad, these books are sure to deepen his love and knowledge of the area!


My Dog Cracker-Jim Weaver

If your dog is dad's best friend, why not remind him of fido with this piece by Jim Weaver, done in honor of his dog Cracker?


Candy Machines-Walnut Hill Woodworks

Obviously for dads who have excellent taste in candy. We're talking M&Ms and Skittles, y'all.

We hope you found something for Dad here! Want to see more? Check out our online shop at www.kentuck.org/shop, or come visit us during the week. Kentuck's Gallery Shop is open with limited hours Monday-Friday 10-12, 1-4 and Saturday-Sunday 12-4. Facial coverings required.

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Kentuck Art Center and Festival was established in 1971. Kentuck's mission is to perpetuate the arts, engage the community, and empower the artist. The Kentuck Festival of the Arts is held annually in October, and during that weekend, makes a $5.5 million economic impact on its community.

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